The Bryan County Bark Park will hold a movie-night fundraiser at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 23, at The Ice Cream Stop near Publix on Highway 144 in Richmond Hill.
Auditions will be from 5-7 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m.-noon Saturday 10 for the Fort Stewart Community Theater's first production of "Vintage Hitchcock: A Live Radio Play."
Richmond Hill City Councilwoman Jan Bass is going for a second term, according to Facebook.
Change could be on the horizon for the military health care system.
In sports when a player isn't working, the coach takes him out. We need to do the same thing in our lives.
Collette Zeller and her husband are saving for a trip to Italy for their fifth anniversary. The trip is two years out, but their new year's budget includes a monthly savings plan.
Teens who screw up but haven't committed a crime often end up locked up anyway, accused of "status offenses" that include delinquency, underage drinking or even running away from home.
Our lives go too fast. We make decisions on how to spend our time without even thinking - online, wireless and in 4G. But no one wants to look down from heaven and hear a loved one eulogize that: She had hundreds of Facebook friends. Or he checked his phone all the time. But what if you could have deathbed perspective without the near-death part? Launch yourself into an out-of-this world mindset where you rid your life of the non-essentials and dig-in on the four things that last.
Richmond Hill couple Paul and Sherri Armitage are beginning 2015 with a bang, having brought home quadruplets Dec. 31, according to various media and internet reports.
Three players scored in double figures Tuesday night in the Richmond Hill Holiday Classic to lead Richmond Hill High School to an 80-72 win over Bryan County in the boys championship.
The Bryan County Board of Education has established a revised draft attendance area for the opening of McAllister Elementary School. A map of the revised attendance area is available on the Districting webpage which is located at the Bryan County Schools website: www.bryan.k12.ga.us. Dr. Paul Brooksher, Superintendent, stated, "I truly appreciate the community, the Board of Education and my staff for their commitment to the process and the great feedback received to guide the decision making." He also shared that, "The Board of Education has done an exceptional job reviewing, digesting, and discussing all of the ...
Here's a look back at some of the stories that made headlines in Bryan County in 2014.
Richmond Hill High School may one day have its own online retail store where students, teachers and community members can buy anything from clothing to student-produced art, if businesses classes taught at the school keep turning theory into practice.
From Richmond Hill Police Department reports:
The Richmond Hill-Bryan County Chamber of Commerce's January Business After Hours event, hosted by RE/MAX Accent, featured an oyster roast and chili bar from 5:30-7 p.m. Thursday. The festivities, co-sponsored by South State Bank and held at the RE/MAX building on Richard Davis Drive in Richmond Hill, included door prizes, a raffle, refreshments and networking opportunities for attendees. Despite the cold, wet weather, the event was well-attended.
The occasionally scary intersection at Highway 144 and Belfast River Road could one day be the site of a traffic roundabout, it seems.
HEADLINE: Redskins take two games, continue to roll
The Richmond Hill Tennis Association (RHATA) is looking for players to join our league for the upcoming spring season! The RHATA is approved by both the USTA Section and National office as a registered community tennis association. We offer both competitive play and a fun, relaxed atmosphere for all levels of player. Our season starts on February 8th and runs on Sunday Evenings through May. If you are interested in coming out and playing with us visit our web-site at www.richmondhilltennis.com or e-mail: email@example.com.
Pembroke got a new police chief Monday night when council members appointed former Guyton chief Randy Alexander as the city's new top cop.
Beginning this weekend, Bryan County residents can buy alcohol in the unincorporated parts of the county on Sunday after members of the Bryan County Board of Commissioners approved a second reading of the ordinance allowing such sales.
Popular podcast "Serial" may not have been able to draw any hard conclusions about the guilt or innocence of convicted murderer Adnan Syed last month, but the Maryland court system may have to.
After a year of court rulings that strengthened and weakened religious freedom protections for individuals and businesses, debate over those protections is expected to shift to state capitols in 2015.
Students at Bryan County Elementary School who made the honor roll during the recently ended nine weeks are:
Richmond Hill Fire Department members provided attendees at the Richmond Hill Senior Center with a fire-safety presentation focused on fire-extinguisher use Tuesday.
Lesley Francis Public Relations has been appointed to work with The Whitman to raise the mansion's profile amongst residents and visitors to Savannah.
Being healthy doesn't mean starving yourself and spending hours and hours at the gym. Believe it or not, being healthy can be fun. Being active and staying fit can be enjoyable and something you look forward to every day.
"God, who at sundry times and in divers manners spake in time past unto the fathers by the prophets, hath in these last days spoken unto us by his Son, whom he hath appointed heir of all things, by whom also he made the worlds" - Hebrews 1:1-2
With major policy decisions on transportation, education, health care and tax reform on the legislative agenda, Georgia should think beyond the traditional approach of spending more money as the solution for every problem. Focusing on ways to enhance economic opportunity and empower individuals beats doubling down on the status quo.
Editor, On behalf of Bryan County Children's Fund, I would like to take this opportunity to extend our sincere appreciation to everyone who helped to support the program this year. We were able to provide Christmas gifts to over 400 disadvantaged children in our county. This would not have been possible without collaboration and assistance from local churches, businesses, schools, social-service agencies and many others. The communitywide response was overwhelming. We are exceptionally thankful to The Good Ol' Boys, who raised funds through the annual Santa Scramble Golf Tournament and to Pembroke Advanced Communication for use of their space ...